The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 14, 1937 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 14, 1937
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PAGE T\V<7 rtl,YTHEV.),l ;.. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS b'ejphlaii Pine Arts club riieeis 9:30 9'clock Hotel Noble. Wednesday club meets with Mrs. W. J. Wlinderliqh., •• , , The..'ladies 1 . Bjbjg Study of ,'thc Church, of Christ jiieieU; al the ,horoc of Mrs. J. B. Freeman, 2.30 o'clock. i THURSDAY'S, EVENTS Luflp Theater m'eeis , pt. court room,of cit/ r hall, 7:30 o'clock. Thursday Bridge Club meets with Mr;s., Fred Rutherford. - . ., - -• Thiu'sd"ay s ^uhcfieoh cm| i meets wij\i'Mrs. Byron Morse. Jewish Ladies' Aid meets with Mrs. ill. Hess. 8 o'clock. Klidweek club meets with Mrs. B. A'. Lynch. Thurs'da'y.. Contract club meets with .Mrs. Eclpar Bdru'th. .!. ; FRIDAY'S 'EVENTS Woman's club to have Christmas party at dub .at 2:30 o'clock. ydimff Match's Eible Class u< the First Bavjtlst church lo. haw Christmas pjrjy .at thcjiom'e o! Mrs.-Robert Grime.%, 7:30 o'clock 209 E. Davis avenu?. Missionary Society Ha;: C'hrlsimas Program ttrji. J, W. Adanis jr.. was chairman jof the .C.iirlsii'nas program al Ihc inceVjiiB 6f the Woninn's .Missionary Society .'of ttib First Melh- odls'!/ Church held at the church yesterday aite'rnrjciii. A .quartet, of. Sally Matthews. Lavbime Hedmah, ^inuie Hiith Wood and Naomi Hoiichuis, sang Christmas carols after Mrs. Adanis .told-,'of their origin. Mrs. L. L. Hurj'oiier told" a Christmas story. Refreshments' were served alter the program by the hostesses. Mrs. John SmothcYmaii, Mrs. R. M. Matthews, Mrs. C. G. Smith. Mrs. A. a Fnirlield, Mrs. E. M. McCfll). Miss! Ada H. Donaho. Mrs. W. W. Hollipeter, Mi-s. J. W. 'Adams', Mrs. Adaiiis jr.> and Mrs. li. P. Piulcll- soh. « * * Spn Borii A nine and cite half pound son, who has been hanist Kenneth Albert, was born Sunday to Mr. nlKl Mrs. Elbcrt Crow c at tfiei'r lio'rite on Cherry street. Mrs. Crowe is the former Miss Mary FraVices Gar- rcU bl Rlpley, Tcnn. . *< * * Has Tarty For ' O. E. S. 'Oclccrs. ife. W. ^Wilson. Woiiliy Matron of the OVder of tl'ie Eastern Star, was hostess lo Uic oaicers of the chapter last night for- a nartv (it the hall. After several games, were played Hb'e guests fo'lioirbd strings placed for them anci found, al the;end, a handkerchief for each of, .them. .RefreshmenLs of ice cream and ,.cake, were served and as a climax to the party, Ih'c guests shmv- crccl Mrs.. Wilson with gifts bl handkerchiefs. ..;..', » * » rrVsbylcrian Circles Meet ,.. The circles of.the Woman's Auxiliary , of the First Presbyterian Church met yesterday with each circle having a. Christmas program. Circle i met at the home 'of-Mrs. J., Nick Thomas for lunch. There were 13 .members and the auxiliary president, Mrs. c. R, Babeocl; present, Mrs. C. M. Gray, gave the devotional and Miss Erama Kale Richards had..charge ,of the program. The. women have prepared a..gitt for their ward in the children's home. Mrs. .Ray Worthingtpn was hostess lo Circle 2 yesterday, afternoon at.her home when 14 members and cne guest. Mrs. Bnbcock. v>er e present,. Mrs. D. c. McLean led the devotional. Mrs. Charles Bri»ht sang "Holy Night" and led ihe I program on ministerial relief. Mrs ' X. C. Allen played a violin solo i' Ave Maria",, Bach-Gounod. . Fourteen were present at Mrs. Rosj Hughes' home where Circle 3 met. The chairman of the circle. Mrs. H..H. .Houchins. gave a surprise gift to each of the members of the circle. The women made up their gifts for ministerial relief and the'ward in the children's home Mrs; Roy Walton led the devotional and, Mrs.. B. .R. Allen the program. Both were on the.Cmisimas siory The Business Women's Circle me! wtth. Mrs. B. A, Bugj last night. There were 22 present, The members exchanged Christmas gifts whith were placed on a 'Christmas tree, Mrs. Margaret Gray Crowdcr had chage of the program and devotional in which all those present took part. Circles of W. Jtf.'W. Mcel Tt">. Woman's .'Missionary union of the Hrst-Baptist church held its circle meetings; j-estcrdav aflcr- | FLAPPER FANNY iSy Sylvia 3 BY ftEA StftVICC.INC. T. M. HLC. U. 5, TAT. CFf, Bits of News Mostly Penmttl 1 louse a jewel Box TUESDAY, UliCLiJMHKU M, 1037 "Vouilun'i rible!" « et mo in Micro ;i;;;i'm! 'I IK fnml's J;UIH! Ijm ilic ifi lice is ter- Mrs., 3.. T. Bracken and Mr. H. H._ Brooks, led prayers. . Mrs. Murray Smavl. iincl Mrs. C. G., Hires were hsstesse.s Id circle ! n't ilrs. smart's home, There were 10 members and one visitor. Mrs. R. I. Hiilcy, present. Mrs. Haley offered prayer, Mrs. Theodore Loian ,.-.-.,-., : ... had chnrgo of ____ ..... ,.... ' business and U-ty. Cliiirch niet .yeslcixlny «t the churcli with 15 present, Mrs. W. M. Crcen opened the »icoU;i!f witli prayer. Mrs. Ali'lii Rcagen. who had charuc or Hie prqeram, talked on "Gifts r>l r*-: i-liins were mniie for Christmas baskets to be sent out by the BO'C- . Dr. iinct Mrs. Paul L. Tlploh and H. L. chambers were In Mem- lihls yesterday. Mr., and Mrs. W. H. Wallace, of Wilson, spent ihe week did at Armorel with their daughter, Mrs, I?' Williams, and .sir.. Williams... . The Ecv. Alfred Carj>entcr lyent to Memphis yesterday, where he is hniins some denial work done". " ; Mr, niul, Mrs. ,/. C. Wall,'.'of Kclser, were. Sunday guests bfvMK slid M,rs. J. fl. Sniotlicnhnn. Mrs,. Arch Undsey and daughter, Miss Rulli. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson were In Memphis ycslertlny. ,Mr. ami Mrs. Jessee Stilt rclunj- ecl home last from Bjiton i Rouge and New Orleans where I they attended the Cehtriil South- I ivatern Association of Hotel' OrteUs-5 at Itatou House. Mrs, 1 S:ltl war, elected vice president •)1 Ihc organization's anxilliiry. ! Miss Marguerite Si'laz has recovered from a week's illness. Mr. rind tifrs. J. A. Leech arc' in Memphis today. Mrs. Vena Henley. wl:o has been :erlously III at a SI. Louis hospital. Ls now better and. has been ,-cir.ovcd _to her home there J.. Frank Hall, of Memphis at tended lo business here today. . Mr. and Mrs. J. A. watcrinan. of Memphis, arc .visiting friends here toOay. Mrs. R, L. Hcedcr gave the mission study. Heh-'cshmunls were sprvctl. An nil day meeting was planned for Momlny, at wliicli , time Circle 3 iuct at the honie of Mrs. croup will have a Christmas party. Leslie Moore with 13 present. Mrs. | Mrs. Alviu Cole dismissed then Lloyd Sttckinon liad Ihc devotional, i v -'"h prayer. Miss Cordelia Will-He taught Ih: ' * « mission study, and Mrs. W. Si. Williams offered prayer. The hostess,, assisted by Sirs. Alfred carpenter, j, served refreshments. ' Nine were present when Circle > n. 1ugilt< ., H()nl ; •. A sve11 I'*" 1 ! 1 " tl'Uighlcr. llal ^ cci .Virginia 'M "elr Aline. Lh'c devotional; Mrs, W,. J. Rogers Hart chntige of the business session; • ind Mrs. W. G.:.Max-.vell anil Mrs. Frank acaliiat>_cf(ercil prayers. Refreshment 'we're' served. Circlc'5 met at the church wit' six present. Mrs. Matt Monaghai opened with grayer. Mrs. Ear Parker anci lirs. Monashiin ha: the mission sludy. Mrs. Alviu HulT- man had charge of the business Galaxy Union 'fas Party hi Churcl'i Nineteen members nu:l cue guest. Miss Margaret Pr.iltt, .were pros- ?nt at n party for Ihc Cnl:i.\} Union of the First Baptist Church held last night at the. church. The yciing men and u-onicn inadi .anily and bi.^r nlaved g.v.ner : . Wuioiinrciucnt r.Iudo of Announccmeiu iwis been maili sf the mniTiagc c( .M/sr. No'rin Shelson mill Marvin Nappcr. both of Osc'cola. which look place in the home of Mr. an,-| Airs. .John JMieeucy. November 8. The Rev. S. H. Salmon, pastor of Ihe First Prrsbylerlnn church, performed the ceremony. .Mrs. Nappcr has lived with l-.;r sister. Mrs. Frank Morrow, und Mr. Morrow since she was two years old. SMe is a graduate of the Osccola high school. Mr, Napjiei i.s coiuucted with !hc Weatliersby clcnners in Oscc- Dla where tliey are making their home, Lake Street W. M. SS. Ha: Business Mcttlng The Wnmcn':; Missionary Sofi-jiy f the Lake Street Methodist Scout News Boys Girls Hoy Scout T;-cop 38 met last night at Ihc Chrislian church hnll lor its regular 'meeting. There svcre 27 present. A ropp tyir.e rnnt'c-at bei'vcfn ho Licii and Reptile patrols vm held v.-hlch resulted in !\ tie. This troop start--' a drive lo eel all registration iiues in before Mondav. At the Hospitals Mrs. _A admitted . sides: of Hnyti. was Ihe nlylhcvlllv hos- 1 (Stuber Guest Speaker At 1 Caruthersville Banquet C'AIIU'I'HERSVILLE, Mo.. Dec. U -Emmetl R. stuboj-, coach of Die undefeated and untied Scutheasl Missouri Teachers college football team of Cape Girardeau, Mo,, one of the nation's few teams with clear records In 1937. was the principal speaker at the annual football banquet here last night, Member* of the 1037 Caruthersville high schocl team and their fathers were guests at the banquet. Seniors ivho completed their career witli the 1931 season made brief talks. They were: Clint Murphy, James,,Crockcj-, Chester Slcp- hnn, Jeff Bates, Irish Ross, and Paul W. noss. MCM-vIn Hickcrson, another senior, was unable to nl- tetul. minister or official perlonniin; u, 0 ceremony if listed: Mts.s MiWred Moore and Odcll Bradncld, both of Stecle. by Magistrate T. U Cas- Mdy; Miss Tliplma J!iiKOn, m Roseland, and Melvin Freeman of Ru.ssellville, by Magistrate Cassidy Miss Marcclle Nii'on of Memphis', and James Dozlor of this city by the Rev. S. H. Salmon; and Miss Susie McCarey of Brooklnnd, and James Jones of Manila, by the t?ev. Raymond Butler. Marriage Licenses Marr.inse license.; won.- issued to the followins! persons from the county clerk's oHicc during past week with the name of me CHklSTMAS Cemetery Wreaths s- 1 \ 6 ,,t|(nng I;a ii- who excited admnaticn at " <*"*«* '« N "'' ^-Mildred Hcyo. lctl . i Margaret Nnr.x. rtatightor of Mr. in.-l Mrs. George Narx, was rc- 'iioved froiu (he Blythcvlllc lios- 5itol to her home In a Hniinn mbulnnce. Sunday. Mrs. .Cat} ..Williams, of Wilson, is ,iii liie Memphis St. Joseph's •.ospiial. . Mi's. R. H. Bon-den, of Jr. ; :ner, is : patient in (he Mctn'pl:'is Bantis', :spitai. Riche.r;! Arlinc Weldon, of .'Drier, has been admitted to the .Jcmpliis St. Joseph's hospital. P. V. Siuilb. of Stcele, is In the 'Japtlsl. hospital in. Meinnhls. the Mctu>j;o.-itT i 0,)"-i ermine wrap, wuh O e- jewelled tiara, three-strand necklace and bracelet; M-.-S. Frank C. Hon- (jusort, right, in feathered lieaddrcis, beaded gown.' sable .scarf, waist- it'nglii diamond necklace, jewelled buckle, pendant and •, maicliinj earrings of precious stones. furnishes the best criterion of i that the coal mines arc working prosperity. -The pvcuilnence of men [ and payrolls are growing. u'iih coal dust ,cn Main street in " ' the late afternoon is sure evidence Head Courier News Want Acls. Town Likes Grimy Faces WALSENBURG. Colo. (UP) The number of dirty faces in this town Yytir t'hol'ospjph -SOBlHWpRttt Over Joe -.Isiiics' Siorc will \vaiit (ine »1 Hit'sc luvoly w'r'cii'ths fov thb "Tave of y'our loved one Christmas. Sec our Ij'eaiilifiil collcciion while the line is complete. HEATON'S Home of Flowers 200 E. Davis SI. I'liciib 1»3 SPECIAL Jk'i-chaufs I'ble f-unch HOTEL NOBLE "Where Hospitality Is a licality." Everything Tor your enter liiinmcnt and coiiiforf. Forestry Expert Wil! Address Armorel P.T.A. David B. Campbell of the Slate Division, of Forestry will spcnk at the Armorel parent Teachers' Association meeting nt 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon. He will show moving pictures about forest conservation. Rend Courier News Want Arts checks COLDS and FEVER lirsl day Liquid, iVolels Salvo. N'ose Hc.iil.irin>, ?,n Drops . minutes, try "Knli-Jj.v-Tisin"-World's I.iiiimenl K'rsl - ., . - , Circle 1 met at. the church wlUi nine prcsent,.Mrs.. E,. p. Hardln gave the devotional and Mrs. Walter Bishop had.charge of the bust- Jiess session arid the mission study. ^^••••^^ QlJALltY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES {By highcSl prices ffti at all times. II i ¥ ...MdNpV AT , GAMES MKT. 118 W. Mala Phone 33 IIcr ;i Suil For Chrislw.'is 4&Met OF COATS, SUITS AND DAYTIME DRESSES 0\yhi£ ID iirlvcrsc con flit ion-.- ivv arc Miiyiti}!- tiiir filial Hcnn iip of ;ili rii-w ••ail find Winter Urasscs liefnrc Chris!• "IKS. All of those items COST Hali Reduced Less Than Cost IIV: fun li'ccii'nsc cvt-vy ivdnian Iiivt's liut' (hinirs lo wear, antl it's fun because it's so t>;isy In select ;t jjifl from oiir, com- ji'lcl't 1 iine of Kobr.s, Negligees, House Coats, Louugin^ Pajamas, Lingerie, and (lluvcs. Robes. Nc^li^ces * House Coals ami Lonni>;in<r Pajamas U ~ tl Silks. ll'cicls. priced niins, {'rrpr. A wcmlcrrii from Velvets :UKl I assuriincnt V r anil |-\,|/\MAS Hranlifiil li;inil nijulr -.lip;. tare Irlnimrtl iiud lailnr.-d i:i Sillis, .Salins an,) Hull.;. Pan Is 70c to Slips 82.00 to ; tr "; as only Vnnil' rnlu: th-.-m. Th,- r iuli"lr ,iiirr;ruls ami s-> Vaiiiiy l (1 air HOSIERY .Vlurin» .li'csc. : h r r r lull ihiMtlc. Ml l.'sc ileiv;irt.r-i iixludliij Fox Crlnv,-, To«n- v.(.s: snd Uiutianc;.. •79c SI.M HANSON Si'filp, Kill, ltn_: sl-iii ::iul Wnr.l. $1 to 83.9.") Town Sir! f >vi(!i Claire Trevor and Donah) Woods Alsn Fitzpulrick Travellall;, in Tct-Inn'color, "[.and of Jnras" anil CoincOy. Admission iMaiineo Iflc £ 26'c AihniS:io:i l\'ighl ICc & Me.- Weds. - Thurs. A CLARENCE BROWN Production No Picture Has Ever ' Equalled It,! <rilh r.tlxiU Owm, JU«a Mtrjliil. Hfnry SlfpheniDn. l«il Erikion, Dams Miy WIHt(». C. K«ry CoiSoc. VIsiBr A Mttn-Galdwy r Prelate Alic Faramonnl \r.\vs Admission Matinee ICc ,t 26r ArlreisEion Nights 16c A SG ROXY 10o ,v Z«c inw every ni s ut. Matinees 1'r. . nay, Salunljy ,t Sunday Oiilv "'day A- Suml.ii- AMtincc.s st;ii -•>•• p.m. Saturday Co iiitmoii rr om , ,„ ,,. JO [ shows sl.-ni (;..|j ,,.,„. Tue.-Wed.-Thur. 2 .Willis Admillcd f»r I'ricc of 1 HE'S THE PRIZE DEFECTIVE OF . THE WHOlE POLICE FARCE! HUGH HERBERT

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